G20 summit: Protests mark Argentina gathering

Protests around Bueno Aires is reminder of how difficult it would be to resolving differences among world leaders.

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    World leaders are arriving in Buenos Aires for the annual G20 summit amid a series of protests.

    However, in spite of these protests, this is an historic moment for Argentina being at the centre of the world’s affairs.

     

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from Buenos Aires.


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